Category Archives: Accessories

Jan 19, 2018


photo by Corbin Gurkin

I love the tradition that we are seeing of the bride and bridesmaids in coordinating glamorous “loungewear” while getting ready on the wedding day… So cute for photos, and it’s a nice way for the bride to relax and settle her nerves before the wedding. Plus, it’s a great bridesmaids’ gift idea. Here are some that we think would be great for the day of along with shopping links. bb-loungewear

1.Stevie Howell Reach Blue Silk Tunic

2. Mi Golondrina Dulce Amante

3. Stevie Howell Ritza’s Ranunculus Blue Robe

4. (Local Charleston Artist) Lulie Wallace’s Plum Pretty Sugar Collab

5. Mi Golondrina Los Diamantes 

1.19.18   |   TARA GUÉRARD
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Jan 19, 2018


Photos by Corbin Gurkin

Each bride has their own wedding day style, and it’s not just reflected in their dresses, but also in their choice of shoes and accessories. Here is our roundup of some of our favorite bridal day baubles.


Photo by Corbin Gurkin

I love seeing old and significant pieces mixed with something new… Heirloom jewelry pieces and handkerchiefs are often top picks of our brides.


(1) Photo by Liz Banfield; (2,3) photos by Adrienne Page

If there is ever a time to wear white bows it’s on your wedding day… Shoes by Christian Louboutin, Miu Miu, and Kate Spade.


Photo by Liz Banfield

These dazzlers by Chrisitian Louboutin are a perfect marriage of style and comfort with wedge heels!


photos by Perry Vaile and Elizabeth Messina

And, for the taller bride, flats have come such a long way to becoming sought after… Like these by Jimmy Choo and Chanel.


photos by Liz Banfield


Photos by Liz Banfield

Both of these brides were fortunate enough to be able to wear something on their wedding day, once worn by other marrying women in their families…

1.19.18   |   TARA GUÉRARD
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Jan 19, 2018

Kerr flower girls

photo by Liz Banfield

They may not make it down the aisle or toss the petals, but they sure are cute, and fun to style for weddings! Today, we’re showing different ways to accessorize and style the littlest members of your wedding party..  Flower crowns for the girls still reign supreme, and when they turn out full and lush like above you can see why.

Jordan flower girl:ring bearer

photo by Liz Banfield

This Southern brother and sister duo sported custom made ensembles and matching ring bearer pillow made from family members’ vintage handkerchiefs and fabrics.

Butterfly Collage

photos by Liz Banfield

For a wedding featuring butterflies, items from the craft store are turned into a whimsical headband. Fabric used in the wedding decor was used to create the ring bearer pillow with a butterfly accent.

photo by Liz Banfield

This little cutie carries a wooden peach basket with wedding blooms affixed to it- tie some of your favorite ribbon to opposing corners and it becomes a petal basket, SO EASY. You can paint any color to match if needed too. A store bought headband becomes a flower crown when matching petals are glued. This is a trick we do often when we have smaller girls not knowing what will fit their heads…

Hooper flower girls

photo by Adrienne Page

This bride took the custom monogram that Lettered Olive created for her wedding and had sashes embroidered to match.

Barrett Collage

photos by Liz Banfield

For this beach themed wedding, the flower girl carried a basket (from the local craft store) that overflowed with flowers- more for decoration than for tossing. A store bought headband was transformed with local shells.

flower girl- greenberg

photo by Adrienne Page

Ginn flower girls

photo by Liz Banfield

For a glowing golf fall wedding, craft baskets were painted gold and painted leaves and fresh flowers adorned the handles. Store bought headbands are painted gold and receive a fresh bloom becoming “designer” creations.

Rich Collage

Photos by Liz Banfield

A floral covered oasis brick with a ribbon handle becomes a “bouquet” this little girl couldn’t have been more proud to carry!


photo by Liz Banfield

For a woodland themed fall affair, miniature birdnests with moss “pillows” are a precious way to carry the rings.

1.19.18   |   TARA GUÉRARD
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